We all know that rock legend Freddie Mercury had an amazing voice, but a new study actually confirms it.

FOX's Michelle Pollino reports:

(Mercury) "I'm just a poor boy."

Led by Christian Herbst, a voice scientist at the University of Vienna, researchers analyzed Freddie Mercury's voice from: 'The Solo Collection,' as well as 23 Queen recordings.

The researchers then had a rock singer imitate Mercury's style and filmed it. What they discovered was Mercury's vocal cords just moved faster than other people's. In fact, Mercury was vibrating something in his throat even Pavarotti couldn't move.

(Mercury) "Mama."

The conclusion was clear from the beginning: Freddie Mercury had a voice unlike anyone else in Rock 'n' Roll and that led to one of the most unique singers and stage performers of all time.

Michelle Pollino, FOX News.